I’ve made a lot of promises to my mom, bringing her to Bohol is one of those. It has been one of her dreams to explore what this little island has to offer. So glad I could fulfill one of the things I’ve promised her ☺️
Arrived safely at Tagbilaran Sea Port Bohol. Thank God it was a sunny but beautiful day! 🌞
Reaching this little quaint island just west of Visayas is worth it after a day of commute. Reaching Bohol through Ferry from Cebu is the fastest way there is. Bohol is divided into 2 main lands; the larger island composed of all the main cities such as Tagbilaran, Anda, Carmen, Loboc are best if you want to explore Bohol’s reach history. Best for history buffs and land sites.
On to Bohol’s 2nd main island is the island of Panglao. It’s famous for the pristine waters and beaches that just lay by the sea. Booking in advance is a great advantage especially when you plan to be there during peak season.
Wow! This is the first time we’ve been to a 5-star hotel/resort and it did not disappoint. From their accommodations to the food and facilities, Henann Panglao is a paradise. After settling down our bags and eating brunch, we went directly to splunging around the swimming pools and the beach. One thing Henann boasts is their state-of-the-art complex pools that can cater almost 500 people and still look peaceful.
My mom and I spent the whole day at Henann just talking, eating, reading, swimming ofcourse, and having the time of our lives 🌻
At 2400 hours left, we still have a fun day ahead. Now off to explore the main land of Bohol and off to see the most coveted sights. Klook made it easier for us. We booked the whole day city tour and it was convenient at the tip of the iceberg!
First on our tour was the imfamous Blood Compact Shrine. This was the site where Rajah Sulayman and Rahaj Mahabon had their pact to end the war between them.